As Promised, this week we will take a look at Additive Manufacturing of metal parts. Last week I suggested I would cover Selective Laser Sintering, but there have been so many methods of 3-D printing metal parts, I thought I would cover them all.
Blog Written by: HutchHutchison, Principal, Technology & Engineering, FuzeHub As you are aware, I am maintaining a vigil on the 11 Advanced Manufacturing Technologies that have been
Reported by the CNY Business Journal Conditions for New York manufacturers improved “modestly” for a third consecutive month in July. That’s according to the August 2013
From the Albany Business Review. Gatherer’s Gourmet Granola of Schenectady, NY gave itself until today to raise $15,000 on Kickstarter. With just a few hours to
FuzeHub’s Hutch Hutchison to present at NIST MEP Webinar Hutch Hutchison, NYMEP will provide a comprehensive picture of this rapidly growing industry, from stereo lithography
HOW DOES ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING WORK?
I guess I would trace the origins of Additive Manufacturing (3-D Printing) back to August of 1977, when Canon engineer Ichiro Endo discovered thermal inkjet printing, where a computer algorithm guided the placement of thermally-induced ink droplets to form an image on paper. This discovery has gotten a lot of mileage in the world, and we take for granted that when we send a file to our printer from a computer, we get a precise representation of the image, in two dimensions, in full color!